Dark Souls 3 New System Shows Similarity to Bloodborne; Fighting Style May Be Different from Past Titles
As the upcoming Dark Souls 3 is known to venture into a slightly different realm compared to its predecessors, fans are eager to know just what has become of their beloved title. The newest addition to the series may seem entirely combative, but this particular trait may be what will set it apart from all the other contenders that are to come about.
According to IGN, a new trailer has shown fans of the gameplay that Dark Souls 3 is currently running on. In the said footage, some attributes of the newest title have been noted to have looked much more interesting, in comparison to those in the past.
As delivered by Vg247, the new title Dark Souls 3 seems to have a new system in the works. Many have seen that the said installment can be compared to Bloodborne with a heavier inclination to the hack-and-slash style that fits perfectly to those who want to go for blood.
This is one probable advantage that will give the interest of players away as there is only so much that the title can offer against the other titles such as The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and the highly acclaimed Batman: Arkham Knight.
As noted by Digital Spy, Dark Souls 3 has a heap of admirable changes applied to it compared to the past two titles. Many gamers have already noted that this expansion is relatively faster in terms of gameplay or combat speed, instilling more of an offensive approach than what patrons of the series have been used to. In the same manner, some of the enemies will also be levelling to the character's pace.
Defensive gaming is still part of the repertoire, as some enemies may be lurking around blind spots, uncertain corners, going behind giants to investigate weak points and so on. Magic also plays an important role in the title and the players will then be forced to make split-second decisions to defend or eliminate compromises along the way.
Dark Souls 3 is bound to release within April of 2016, and as of the moment, players can grasp the new system that From Software's title is looking to instill.